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Discussion in 'Amplitude Modulation' started by W7TFO, Mar 9, 2017.

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  1. KM1H

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    A man after my own heart, my first amp used a wood frame and bakelite panels and then I learned about TVI...in 1957.

    Love the ubiquitous B&W turns counter.

    Carl
     
  2. AC0OB

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    Not all transmitters use PWM.

    The Harris DX series uses digital modulation:

    "The Harris DX Transmitters series, introduced in 1986, have proven to be the most efficient
    method of Amplitude Modulation at medium and long wave frequencies. The DX transmitters
    use solid state class D amplifiers utilizing MOSFET switching transistors, and through the design,
    power levels are almost unlimited.

    The DX transmitters use many redundant class D, full-quad switching amplifiers that switch at
    the RF frequency. The quantity of amplifiers that are enabled at any moment depends on the carrier
    power and the modulating audio...."


    Phil
     

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  3. K8ERV

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    Thy wish is granted.

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
     
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  5. W7TFO

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    If you need any iron...

    73DG
     
  6. K7BIT

    K7BIT Ham Member QRZ Page

    A Raytheon RA-1000A just followed me home this weekend all 2500 lbs of it. Now to figure out what to do with it. Might fully restore, is there any market for these fully functional and mechanically perfect? Or trade/sell parts to build more amps. Hummmm K7BIT
     

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